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Cris Collier, president of Great Bend Convention and Visitors Bureau said Tuesday that Barton County will certainly enjoy more hunters this year than in the past two.  Water at Cheyenne Bottoms is, of course, the main reason.  
“Our area is one of the few locations where hunters can enjoy both types of hunting — waterfowl and upland,” she said.   
Pockets of pheasant were able to find the refuge they needed this year.  According to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism,  allowing Conservation Reserve Program land to be utilized for emergency haying or grazing in all counties in the region ...

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